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A list of films produced in Spain in 2005.


Title Director Cast Genre Notes
Fragile Jaume Balagueró Calista Flockhart, Elena Anaya , Gemma Jones , Richard Roxburgh , Colin McFarlane , Michael Pennington Horror shot in English language.
The Secret Life of Words Isabel Coixet Sarah Polley, Tim Robbins, Javier Cámara Drama Goya Awards winner; shot in English language; produced by Almodóvar
Habana Blues Benito Zambrano Alberto Yoel, Roberto Sanmartín Musical Drama Filmed and co-producted by Cuba, screened at Cannes
Life and Colour Santiago Tabernero Carmen Machi, Silvia Abascal Drama
The Machinist Brad Anderson Christian Bale, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón Horror shot in English language.
Midsummer Dream Ángel de la Cruz, Manolo Gómez Comedy animation Based on A Midsummer Night's Dream
El método Marcelo Piñeyro Eduardo Noriega, Najwa Nimri , Adriana Ozores , Carmelo Gómez Social drama Based on a successful play
Ninette José Luis Garci Elsa Pataky Comedy Miguel Mihura's plays
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions Carlos Atanes Xavier Tort, Anne-Céline Auchè Science-Fiction Best Feature Film Award at the International Panorama of Independent Filmmakers, Athens, Greece
Princesas Fernando León de Aranoa Candela Peña, Micaela Nevárez Social drama Prostitution and racism in Madrid
Tapas José Corbacho, Juan Cruz Elvira Mínguez, María Galiana, Ángel de Andrés López, Rubén Ochandiano Comedy- drama First award winning film of Corbacho (tv star); Málaga Spanish Film Festival winner. 2 Goya Award
Obaba Montxo Armendáriz Pilar López de Ayala, Eduard Fernández Drama Based on Bernardo Atxaga's masterpiece novel
20 centímetros Ramón Salazar Mónica Cervera, Pablo Puyol Musical Gay interest

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